A wise man once said, “One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” and that’s never been truer than in Max Davis’ case. Deep in the dusty hills of Sawdust, Tennessee lives a 36-year-old man with an uncanny ability to see potential when everyone else can only see junk. Max Davis is a husband, stepfather and selfproclaimed “Country boy” however, that only paints part of the picture when describing Max, because he is without a doubt a true genius. Max specializes in converting junk into original complex masterpieces such as converting a rusty old car trunk into a ‘motorized car-bar;’ a refrigerator into a two-story rustic doghouse; a spare engine and random accessories into a supped-up ceiling fan; and useless machine parts into a stunning three tier chandelier. Every project is evidence that Max Davis is far from your average “Country boy,” and his work hasn’t gone unnoticed. Max and his team have created one-of-a-kind works of art for folks all over the world and for all different reasons; from the city slicker looking for a statement piece to add to his Upper East Side apartment, to the Swedish restaurant chain wanting unique decorations to fill their walls, to celebrities who just love to own anything couture, all have sought out Max Davis and jumped on this genius’s bandwagon. He and his colorful team are happier than a pig-in-mud to accommodate them.